HP Enterprise Services has won a prime position on a potential $39.8 million Defense Information Systems Agency cybersecurity program, the company announced Friday.
Under the seven-year contract awarded through the Encore II vehicle, the company will provide analytics services and help assess and combat vulnerabilities in Defense Department enterprise networks and connected information technology systems.
DISA leadership has made improving cybersecurity protection across the Defense Department's enterprise a top priority, according to Betsy Hight, vice president of the cybersecurity practice for U.S. public sector.
HP will help the agency implement the company's Assured Compliance Assessment Solution and make it available across the department.
The company will also provide training, help desk and project management services.